I have often struggled with the articulation of this project. Never more so when attempting to translate it into a performance. Over the course of my time at the SPILL festival and reflecting the day after the performance I am coming to realise that perhaps what I have created in the performance does not tell the whole truth of how I feel about this year and my increasing awareness and passion about the need for touch and how in Britain we have such a complicated and difficult relationship with it.
And so my thinking is moving to how I can offer a radical ritualisation of the year I have had. To not simply tell stories but to push the art form to cut through the language and tap into the feelings and spirit of the action.